In Your Area - RSA

Fellowship in your area

Both locally and globally in over 115 countries, our Fellows collaborate by sharing insights, perspectives and practices which advance our collective understanding and impact 

We have an evolving programme of Fellow-led and RSA Fellowship events taking place online to inspire, engage, connect and motivate. Some are specific to a place, others applicable more widely.

Types of events

There are no limits to the types of events that Fellows can hold. But here are 4 common event formats you can expect at a local RSA Fellowship event:

  • RSA Meetup: Networking and connections.
  • RSA Watch: Meeting locally to watch and discuss a live broadcast of an RSA event featuring world-changing ideas.
  • RSA Engage: 3-minute project pitches from Fellows.
  • In Conversation: Interview and Q&A with a guest or Fellow.
RSA Fellowship events

Fellowship events

  • The CLEAN green bash

    Fellowship events

    The Lillington Club, CV32 7DA

    You’re invited to an afternoon and evening of activities in partnership with Low Carbon Warwickshire Network.

  • Understanding RSA Fellowship

    Fellowship events

    Online

    Our Fellowship is diverse and constantly evolving – if you are committed to a future that works for everyone, you could be a Fellow. Attend this to understand how Fellowship could work for you.

  • RSA coffeehouse ‘on the road’ - transcending hybrid working

    Fellowship events

    The Priory Rooms Meeting and Conference Centre, B4 6AF

    Join us for an exciting in-person Coffee House Conversation where we will learn from future of work expert and author Gwen Stirling-Wilkie.

Coworking arrangements

The RSA has agreements with a number of coworking spaces across the country, take a look at the places where you can co-work for free.

Lead your own event

Guidelines for Fellows on running an RSA event, including set-up ideas and resources to help get you started.

Join Fellowship Networks

The RSA’s Fellow-led thematic and local networks explore, devise, test or spearhead ideas which have the potential to become a powerful source of social change.

Apply to be a Fellowship Councillor

Are you based in Wales, Scotland or the South East? Put yourself forward for this opportunity by 18 August